London’s e-scooter trial “has proven to be very popular”

The Capital’s trial of rental e-scooter schemes, which was set to end next month, has been extended until 20 November.

24 May 2022 | More...

TfL and Met pursue crack down on speeding offences

TfL and Met Police say tackling speed is a vital part of the Capital’s Vision Zero commitment after outlining a target to enforce up to one million speeding offences per year by 2025.

20 May 2022 | More...

Drivers causing “chaos and road danger” at the school gates

“We’re stuck in a catch-22 where families see driving to school as the safest way to protect their children from traffic.”

19 May 2022 | More...

RSOs invited to attend National Highways’ van safety conference

A conference focusing on light commercial vehicle safety, originally scheduled for June 2020, is finally going ahead in June 2022.

17 May 2022 | More...

Partnership to encourage more women and underrepresented groups to cycle

A member of the band Cleopatra and the founder of Miss Jamaica UK were among 16 influential women of colour who recently took part in a Santander Cycle ride to inspire more diversity in cycling.

13 May 2022 | More...

Road Safety Week to pursue ‘Safe Roads For All’

‘Safe Roads For All’ has been announced as the theme for this year’s Road Safety Week, which takes place between 14-20 November.

11 May 2022 | More...

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Pandemic and recovery: what are the implications for road safety?
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Alison Gowman, elected member for the City of London Corporation, explores issues surrounding roads policing, with reference to a couple of recently published reports.
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Road safety in a changing world
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About the London Road Safety Council

It is likely that around 28,000 people will be injured on roads in the Greater London Area this year, some 3,000 of whom will be killed or seriously injured.

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